Home - North then South
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Day 277 - We had to drag ourselves away from the beach, once again, to check out the cute colonial town of Leon. We found a guest house with a parking garage that advertised $17 a...

Day 270 - The border crossing in the morning took some time, but was overall uneventful. It’s unclear to us why these things have to be so complicated and disorganized. Luckily, we read online that we...

Day 262 - The Honduras border was the worst for us so far, but still not that bad. A not-very-official-looking-official stood outside the truck and asked for our paperwork at the beginning which threw us off...

Day 252 - We did some errands related to our upcoming border crossing to Belize in the morning, including buying a new camp stove as the valve to ours broke and it would be very complicated...

Day 242 - After saying our goodbyes in Campeche, we drove on to Merida. There were quite a few police checkpoints and for the first time we were even asked for our paperwork. But everyone was...